Suggestion for a stay of a month or so in South AZ

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wstuart

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My wife and I will be heading south in late December. (Leaving from BC Canada).  What I am looking for is your favorite RV Park.  We have a small dog (Friendly), need 30 amps.  Like pool and WIFI.  Thinking anywhere from Tuscon to Yuma, Quartsite.  We will also try boondocking for a week or so.

Thanks folks!

31 foot Tioga
CRV Toad
 

Bob Maxwell

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A good resource: http://www.rvparkreviews.com/regions/Arizona/  ;)

The De Anza RV Resort  http://www.deanzarvresort.com/

if over 55  http://deserttrailsrvpark.com/

Catalina State Park, 2wk limit and the RV Forum New Years Rally -some arrive before Christmas an tour the area b4 the rally  ;D  http://azstateparks.com/Parks/CATA/index.html  Great hiking trails and good roads for biking.
QZ for the RV Forum Rally!!! always fun  ;D
 

Hfx_Cdn

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    In the winter of 2010, we stayed 3 months in the Foothill area of Yuma, at a place called Fortuna De Oro., here is their website:

  http://www.fortunadeoro.com/

    It is a typical site for the South West, clean, lots of friendly people, pool, inexpensive 18 hole golf course (low end), and inexpensive.  We would recommend it for a month.

Ed
 

Howard Kelly

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We are leaving Powell River at the end of the month for AZ, we have spent 3 winters at desert trails RV park 5 miles south of Tucson, it's quiet with lots to do
Pool,  Hot tub, pool hall and 2 dog runs Not fancy, has lots of down to earth folks.
Check it out at  www.deserttrailsrvpark.com
we are in # 16, drop by for a visit if you come this way
Howard and Jo
 

Howard Kelly

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You are right ... no cable and poor reception from antennas without a booster and the pool does not get uncovered if it is under 60 F.
We use our Shaw satellite service where ever we go.
 

Bobandpamlemay

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My wife and I really loved the Voyageur in Tucson. Paid $750 a month for pull through site. Park has restaurant/bar, market, spa, barber shop/ health care and friendly staff. Lots of programs for all.

Bob
 
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